SPOTLIGHT: UCLA surgeon didn't report devicemaker payments

New research by congressional investigators concludes that a top spine surgeon at the University of California, Los Angeles, didn't disclose payments from medical payments while researching their products' use. Dr. Jeffrey Wang, chief of spine surgery at UCLA, apparently didn't inform the school of almost half a million dollars he was paid by the industry from 2004 through 2007. Article

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